This was on old post but I though I add another excellent video tutorial below. God forbid you should ever need to do this, it works best if you have an actual LOAD BEARING carabiner (I always use one as my key chain/SD tool and is always with me).
Again, please refer to the DISCLAIMER prominently featured in two areas of this blog, above and on the sidebar (you can expand the video by clicking the icon).
First of, here's a quick link to the DISCLAIMER above not to mention the other one in the sidebar on the right. These skills are best learned with 3 important elements: the right training, instructor, and the tools or equipment. Attempting it without any of those previously mentioned and well, as Forrest Gump would say: "Stupid is as stupid does!"
Having said all that, the ability to quickly effect a rescue, egress or quick descents as safe as possible is an invaluable skill for both professionals (soldiers, first responders, firemen even field-research academics) as well as hobbyists (mountaineers, outdoorsmen, flyers/pilots).
There are several methods for tying hasty harnesses with rescue webbing. This short instructional is probably one of the quickest, but still uncomfortable, methods:
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BTW - By The Way EDC -Every Day Carry. Gear, tools and items carried or clothing worn on a daily or regular basis FAEM - First Aid and Emergency Management FMA - Filipino Martial Arts FSD - Functional Self Defense FUBAR - Fucked-Up Beyond All Repair FWIW - For What Its Worth HIT - Hostile Incident Trauma IFAK - Individual First Aid Kit IMHO - In My Humble Opinion
PDP - Personal Defense Protocol POV - Point Of Vulnerability ROFL - Rolling On the Floor Laughing. A funny reaction TEOTWAWKI - The End Of The World As We Know It
TCCC - Tactical Combat Casualty Care SD - Self Defense Susmaryosep! - Tagalog expression of exasperation referencing the Christian Holy Family 'Tang Ina! - Tagalog expletive referencing one's mother but also said in exasperation or wonderment (sometimes)